PostGame Analysis

Rangers Complete Season Sweep Against Panthers With 5-4 SO Victory

Coming off a five day break, the well-rested Rangers managed to defeat the Florida Panthers Saturday night behind a powerful offensive attack and some shootout heroics. This was also “Dad’s Weekend” for the Blueshirts and so many proud fathers were seen high-fiving each other throughout the tilt. Notably, Mika Zibanejad’s father was constantly on his feet and energetic while featured in the broadcast booth. In regards to the play itself, both squads swapped momentum and puck control between all three periods. This is best highlighted by the Blueshirts scoring the…

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Rangers Lose Second Straight In 5-2 Loss Against Habs

The Rangers were unable to complete a comeback on Friday night against the Canadiens in what would be an eventual 5-2 loss. Weber and forward Artturi Lehkonen both netted two past the Rangers’ Alex Georgiev. Although the score may tell otherwise, Rangers goalie Alex Georgiev was sharp, stopping 36 out of 41 shots and salvaged multiple mistakes by the New York defense. The Blueshirts were slow and sloppy tonight, with lackluster play on both sides of the spectrum. Their defense was atrocious and their attack was subpar. Although it’s important…

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Andersson Records First Of Season In 4-2 Victory Vs Sens

The Rangers snapped their two game losing streak on Monday night by surviving against the struggling Ottawa Senators. The Blueshirts were noticeably propelled by a very special night at the garden. Madison Square Garden hosted the annual Hockey Fights Cancer night which was especially meaningful to the home team because coach David Quinn sadly lost his father to cancer. A beautiful serenade of the national anthem and a special on ice gift to a pediatric cancer patient was very emotional. I would like to give a shout out to all…

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Rangers Can’t Capitalize In Misleading 4-0 Loss Vs Rival Flyers

 The Rangers consistent play and winning ways was wiped out today in a very deceptive loss to the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers netted two late empty net goals to seal the deal. The score easily could have and possibly should have been 1-0 in favor of the rival team or even concluding in the overtime period. Both netminders were spectacular in today’s Thanksgiving showdown. Flyers goalie Calvin Pickard stopped all of New York’s 31 shots. On the other hand, Lundqvist stopped 42 shots and his performance included many highlight saves. Although…

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Rangers End 8 Game Skid Vs Isle’s In 5-0 Rout

As the great Sam Rosen once said, “The waiting is over!” Wednesday night, the New York Rangers overcame their kryptonite in the New York Islanders by routing their rivals by a score of 5-0. The blueshirts had lost their previous eight outings against the Isles before tonight. The star of tonight’s game was Rangers netminder Alexander Georgiev. The 22 year old Bulgarian was outstanding posting his first career shutout. After the game, the goalie said,”Big win for the boys,” and that it was. His father was in the Garden so…

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